Stevie Wonder’s Superstition tops Motown all-time chart

Stevie Wonder’s hit Superstition has topped a British list of the top Motown tracks of all time.
The 1972 single beat out I Want You Back by the Jackson 5 and Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s Ain’t No Mountain High Enough to claim the top spot on the Official Chart Company’s soul countdown.
The chart was compiled based on downloads and streams.
Upon hearing the news he had topped the list – and also come in at number five with Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) – Wonder said, “I am proud to have been chosen at the top of such an incredibly talented group of artists. Motown is one of the all-time great labels, and I’ve been associated with it all my life. Many of the artists have been my friends and family.”
The top 10 also features Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love) by Ne-Yo, My Girl by The Temptations, another Jackson 5 hit, ABC, and two more Gaye classics, Let’s Get It On and I Heard It Through The Grapevine.
The list was compiled to celebrate 60 years of Motown Records.